According to Skye News, Steve Feltham has spent over 24 years researching and keeping his eye out for the Loch Ness Monster.

Loch Ness is a large deep freshwater lake about 22 square miles in the Scottish Highlands. Its deepest point is 755 feet. The most common speculation among believers is that the creature represents a line of long surviving plesiosaurs which had a broad flat body and a short tail with limbs that evolved into four long flippers.

Here comes the big reveal about the Loch Ness monster, nicknamed Nessie, from a man who's been obsessed with this thing for over two decades! Mr. Feltham has come to the conclusion that Nessie is a rather large catfish! WHAT?!!!! A freakin' catfish?! Seriously?!!! "Looking at all the evidence, speaking to eyewitnesses, the most likely solution is a Wels catfish" Feltham told Skye News.


This dude holds the Guinness World Record for the longest continuous "Nessie" vigil and all we get is, "It's a catfish!" Most catfish grow to be 4 to 5 feet long, BUT there are reports that some can grow up to 13 feet. Now we're talkin'! Feltham did say, "I'm not saying the mystery's solved. I'm still looking for a better explanation than a Wels catfish." Reporting live from my couch in New Fairfield, CT., I'm Ethan Carey.

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